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A Texas Sky (Yellow Rose Trilogy Book 2) by [Wick, Lori]
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About the Author

Lori Wick is a multifaceted author of Christian fiction. As comfortable writing period stories as she is penning contemporary works, Lori's books (more than6 million in print) vary widely in location and time period. Lori's faithful fans consistently put her series and standalone works on the bestseller lists. Lori and her husband, Bob, live with their swiftly growing family in the Midwest.

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  • File Size: 686 KB
  • Print Length: 290 pages
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers (March 1, 2008)
  • Publication Date: March 1, 2008
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00547O3CU
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #268,691 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
But Dakota is always there to get her out of it.
Darvi is eager to see her old friend, Merry, to tell of her new found faith in Christ. Dakota, a Texas Ranger, agrees to see her out to her friends home and then to the train station.
On the way to the train they encounter many obstacles but the biggest is when Darvi is mistaken for a newspaper reporter and is abducted. Even after her abductors realize their mistake, one of them, Seth, decides to keep her and marry her.
I thought this was an excellent book. With Dakota and Darvi both struggling to understand their new faith, they seemed like real people. I definitely would recommend this book, especially if you are a Lori Wick fan.
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The story was interesting in the beginning. An injured Texas Ranger is assisting a young woman to her family. But then she's kidnapped and held captive until he figures out she's been taken and rescues her. Up to that point, I thought the story was great.

I couldn't really see much chemistry between the two. Aside from one kiss during the story, I didn't feel like they were attracted to each other.

Another thing that bothered me is how Lori Wick would introduce people into the story and let them have total personal conversations that didn't add to the story. She's got a habit of doing this, and normally it doesn't bother me. But it did this time. There was one couple they stopped to visit (her friend, I think) and there was a scene of the couple in bed when she announced she was pregnant. Why? What did that have to do with the story? Then there was the whole private conversation between her kidnapper and his girlfriend. After she was rescued, their stories were dropped - sort of disappointing.

The ending was a BIG disappointment. There was no talk of marriage. In fact, Dakota went back to his ranger job, and she was living with her uncle...What's up with that???
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By A Customer on December 26, 2000
Format: Paperback
I love Lori Wick. Her books were the first Christian romances I read. In fact "Every Little Think About You" was the first Christian romance I read. Her Rock Mountain series sealed my love for her books. However, I was somewhat disappointed in "A Texas Sky". Dakota's character seemed to miss the same spunk it had in the first book and Darvi's character was not as rounded as some of the other characters in other Lori Wick books. The book, I thought, was to be about how Dakota and Darvi came together, but only the last part of the book was dedicated to that. And I hated the ending, it just ended. I am looking forward to the third book but with hopes there will be more story to it. More to the capabilities I have come to love about a Lori Wick novel.
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By KDH on April 20, 2013
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I love this series! Although you can read this book separately, it's helpful to have read book one. If you are searching about how to know for sure how to go to heaven, you can read about God's plan, just like some of the characters! You will know the peace of God as Dakota and Darvi know it throughout the book.
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Format: Paperback
I loved this book and the first book in the series, Every Little Thing About You. I have read many of Lori Wick's books and thought this one was every bit as good as the others I've read. I originally checked this book out from the library and read it. After reading it, I decided to purchase this whole series so that I can read it again whenever I want. I was quite surprised to read some of the negative reviews that are listed for this series. I guess it's just a matter of taste...lol
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Christian historical fiction can easily mix with other sub-genres, as some may have a bit of mystery or suspense built in, and some work as historical romance. I want to sink into a book, but I want to come out enriched with knowledge.
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I, for one, am disapointed in Lori Wick's newest book. It was too wordy and the plot was way out of focus. It was nice to now that Slater and Liberty were doing good. But to have Dakota not being as spontanious as in the first book kind of sparks the character out of him. This book was dull, and slow pacing. I would recomend reading her Kensington Chronicles instead of reading this book. Maybe on her third book she'll do so much better.
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Whoever didn't give this book a THUMBS UP was crazy. I loved it! I kinda cheated and started on this book before the first one, but it didn't say much about Slater or Liberty so I knew I wasn't in trouble. I would SO recommend this to ANY TEEN GIRL!!! Anyway, Dakota Rawlings has been shot five times. Knowing that the end has come, or thinking it has, he lives and turns is eye toward God, and becomes a good religious Texas Ranger. But, Brace, his boss, doesn't want Dakota back in his Ranger business until he has fully healed, in other words, six months. Dakota gets really bored, and decides to be the guide and escort of Darvi Wingate, Brace's niece. She wants to leave Austin and visit her friend in Stillwater. But, the pretty and sweet Darvi has a knack for followers, or trouble. She gets captured by some men by mistake even! Well, there's always sweet and handsome and protective Dakota, who does absolutely everything he can to keep Darvi saffe. Then they fall in love. This book kept my nose glued between the pages, and so you can imagine how hard it was to set it down for good. read
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